Roding Valley Lake Environment Agency Statement

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The Environment Agency has said that blanket weed is the probable cause of the rapid drop in oxygen levels that led to the death of fish at Roding Valley Lake.

In a statement, the Environment Agency said: We have investigated the matter fully and there are no indications that there is any sewage polluting the lake. All indications show that it was a natural event, caused by excessive blanket weed, which led to lack of oxygen in the main body of water.

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